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do you have anything you'd like to tell us right now about your plans? >> yes. >> joe biden opens up on the "late show." the vice president gives stephen colbert an emotional question on whether he's ready to run for the white house. >> i'd be lying that i said i knew i was there. a car chase whipped through the side streets and highways of los angeles, but the pursuit comes to a deadly conclusion when the armed suspect charges into a packed restaurant. touchdown. >> and tom brady is back with a vengeance. after an off-season of turmoil, the next patriots quarterback leads his team to an opening
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season victory, but this morning the patriots are facing a new controversy. captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, september 1 11th, 2015. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. begin with politics and the democratic nomination making news, vice president joe biden. during an emotional interview on the "late show" vice president bind opens up. don champion is here with more. good morning, don. >> good morning, anne-marie. during an interview the vice president said he was overwhelmed over his son. it's the strongest indication that he's not ready to run. >> i would think any man or would wouldn't run unless, fwhirm one, they knew exactly
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why they would want to be president, and, two, they can look at the folks out there and say, i promise you have my whole heart, my whole soul, and my passion to do this. and i'd be lying if i said that i knew i was there. i met a whole group of military families which is not unusual, a rope line about 100 yards from the aircraft. and about two-thirds were in uniform. the others were family members. i was thanking them and i really meant it and a guy in the back said, met your son beau biden, bro brown, served in iraq, and all of a sudden i lost it. that's not -- i shouldn't be saying this, but that -- >> you know -- >> you can't do that. >> although he's not in the race, the vice president is gaining ground. he rose six points to 26% in a
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new cnn poll of democratic voters. front-runner democrat hillary clinton slipped ten points and vermont's bernie sanders remained at 26%. >> they're pretty much the same. they're all trump without the pizzazz or the hair. >> reporter: trum listen take center stage at next week's g o p debate in california where he'll come face-to-face with carly fiorina. he said to "rolling stone" of fee or reny, look at that face. would anyone vote for that? >> fiorina broke into a top tier side. >> jeb bush tried reassuring supporters yesterday he's not panicking over the rise of donald trump in the polls.
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he's adding advertising in new hampshire which he helps will help. this is the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. this morning a florida man stands accused of plotting an attack on a memorial this sunday. the kansas city stair climb. prosecutors say joshua goldberg had been talking with an undercover fbi agent. he was arrested in his home. he face 20s years in prison if convicted. and there will be 9/11 memorial services here today in new york at ground zero, at the pentagon, and at shanksville, pennsylvania, to honor the passengers and crew.
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we'll have complete coverage of all of today's 9/11 memorial events coming up on "cbs this morning." an intense search is under way for a suspected serial gunman in phoenix, arizona. a string of freeway shootings has a city on edge. police confirm 11 vehicles have been shot, most on interstate 10, but the latest victim took an alternate road thinking she'd be safe on another road. >> i heard a crack and i smelled something like a fire kraerk. i initially thought there was something wrong with my vehicle and i looked up and noticed the crack and that's when i panic d panicked. >> the shots have been at various time os testify day at different cars and trucks. state ill's unclear if all the attacks are connected. the marines are
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investigating a deadly a tack. camp pendleton is the mayor west coast bass for narine core. congressional republicans say they're not done but yesterday sent a blocking vote for a veto against the deal in iran. 40 voted to block. speaking to a group of veterans and mothers of fallen servicemembers the president criticized lawmakers who threatened military action as an alternative to the deal. >> we hear a lot of loose talk, casual threat of military force, false promises that military actions will be easy or simple or relatively costless. these veterans and their families remind us that that is not the case. >> the president called the vote a victory for diplomacy.
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the united states is making plans to admit 10,000 syrian refugees during the next budget year but these are not among the tens of thousands currently making their way from the middle east to europe. these are already people waiting to be resettled in the u.s. the administration is provide 4g billion in relief aid to help with the european refugee crisis. el nino is building steam in the pacific ocean and forecasters predict heavy rains this winter. a now report says california will get much needed rain, but experts say it won't be enough to end the state's four-year drought. so far the el nino is the third strongest on record. coming up on the "morning news." davis pursuit. lamt police chase a carjacking suspect for miles before a tense standoff. and a michigan lawmaker accused in a sex scandal announces overnight he's stepping down. this is the "cbs morning news."
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a wild chase through the crowded streets of los angeles thursday. a carjacking suspect led police on a pursuit through side streets and highways. the suspect hitting at least one other car. the chase ended when cops ran the suspect's car, but that's when the situation became even more dangerous. the armed man ran into a packed restaurant where the ordeal came to a deadly conclusion. erica knockland of our los angeles station kcbs reports. >> reporter: as customers and employees of the bausch qaa ran out of the restaurant with their hands on their heads, their terror was apparent. this woman searched for her family and described a scene inside the restaurant she'll never forget. >> we were eating dinner and we get down.
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he yelled all women and babies get out and i ran. >> reporter: she said the man asked for medicine. >> he pointed a gun right at me. he said, where's the water, where's the water. >> reporter: other employees and customers described their fear. >> they told them to get down. i ran out the back door. i was worried my mom was still in there. >> reporter: i saw the gun and i thought, oh, don't shoot me. >> i walked out of the bathroom with my hands up and he yelled get out. an update from investigators that at least four hostages were held against their will before the deputies moved in. no one else was hit by gunfire. police are investigating the deaths of five family members in minnesota in an parent murder/suicide. officers went to the lakeside
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home west of minneapolis after no one was seen or heard from in days. three of the dead are children. police did not release details on how the family members died. >> there's no words to describe it. i've been a cop for 32 years, and they say an event like this, an entire family, as they say, a tragedy. >> reporter: police say the request to check on a family came from the co-worker of a father. a judge reach nod decision at a bond hearing thursday for the ex-officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man at a traffic stop. the judge wants the to review information presented during the hearing. he did not say when he would rule on bail for slager, who is charged with murder in the april 4th shooting of walter scott. new york city's police commissioner apologizes to former tennis player james
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blake. a police officer is on modified duty and is being investigated for throwing blake to the ground wednesday in a case of mistaken identity. the officer thought blake was a suspect in a credit card investigation. the commissioner said thursday he was sorry for what happened >> i'd be very interested to talk with him, to extend mygee apollgys for what he found himself involved in. >> both blake and bratton say they don't believe -- they believe race was not a factor in the incident. straight ahead, football fury. we'll tell you why steelers' coachers are not too happy. and in "moneywatch." k-cup coffee machines brew up a savory snack. details ahead. for those who've served
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pulgs. they were accused of using taxpayer money to cover up their affair. a vote to remove courser fell short. he admitted to sending a fake e-mail accusing himself of paying for gay sex to downplay the affair. on the "cbs moneywatch," a fiat chrysler recall grows and your k-cup coffee maker is cooking up something new. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. stock managements were mixed ahead of key economic data from china. here on wall street investors are waiting for next week's critical federal reserve meeting and a possible decision on interest rates. yesterday stocks finished higher. the dow gained 76 points. the s&p finished 10 points higher, nasdaq finished 39 points higher. chrysler issued three separate
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. this year on cbs we've got super bowl 50. that's right. roman numeral "l." for some reason they're not going with the roman numeral this year, which i believe is a police stake. i think two things in life are important enough to deserve roman numerals, super bowls and popes. >> but before we get to the super bowls, there's a whole regular season of nfl to get to and it kicks off with the defending champs in new england. the patriots celebrating their victory in super bowl xlix before taking on the steelers and after a tumultuous
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off-season brady was offcenter for new england. he didn't seem affected by it at all. they win the season opener, 28-21. >> you seemed to be pretty jacked up. >> yeah, i was pretty excited. i think the regulars around here always see me pretty excited especially running in pregame. the coach says you put everything -- you have one week and you put everything you can into that one three-hour performance. >> it was brady's 161st win as a star quarterback and that the most for any quarterback of any nfl team. a new season and a new controversy for the patriots. call it, you know, what else. head setgait. they'll complained their communication devices were not working during the first half of the game. pittsburgh's head coach mike tomlin wouldn't say new england was to blame, but he says the problem seems to happen when his
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team plays in foxboro stadium. >> we were listening to the patriots' radio broadcast for the majority of the first half on our headsets. >> coach to coach or coach to quarterback? >> coach to coach. >> new england head coach bill belichick said his coaches were also affected by the faulty headsets. an nfl spokesperson said the rainy weather caused the problem. our coverage begins this sunday and "thursday night football" continues next week when the denver broncos go to kansas city to take on the chiefs. it's all right here on cbs. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," women's world cup champion alex morgan. i'm anne-marie green, this is the "cbs morning news."
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spring was in the air as new york fashion week kicked off. on thursday they brought california's beach and sun to the rainy east coast. the line featured bohemian trends like tie dies and flowing dresses. high ends come with a big price tag often but one nonprofit agency is giving shoppers a chance to buy designer clothing at the fraction of a cost. chelsea edwards takes us shopping. >> reporter: at first glance it looks like a high end shop. exposed brick walls, trendy mannequ mannequins, and funky displays. >> reporter: meet the new modernized face of good will. it's one of 60 upscale stores that have popped up nationwide
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since 2011. these aren't your typical thrift show deals. a selection of vinyl that starts at $2.99 complete with a listening station. >> it's not your typical good will. we deliberately made it not your good will. >> reporter: frank talerico says it's like regular stores but they get a chance to show skais items. >> we found special stuff. you go here, a great price and really good value going back to the people who need the services we provide them. >> reporter: this woman traveled 40 minutes to the nonprofit. >> you don't have to dig. you just have to know what you want and go for the rack. >> reporter: 92 cents of every dollar spent goes back to goodwill's program which includes employment services for people with disabilities and issues like substance abuse. chelsea edwards, cbs news, huntington beach, california. coming up after your local
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news on "cbs this morning," more of the return of the quarterback tom brady as the nfl season kicked off. plus, we'll go to beijing where the government has pulled the plug on rockers like bon jovi. and world cup champion alex morgan joining us in studio with her new book. finally as we remember the victims on the anniversary of 9/11 social media picked up this inspiring view. a rainbow appeared yesterday in downtown new york city. it came a day after the stormy weather. and the last known surviving rescue dog deployed to ground zero in the aftermath of 9/11 celebrated her birthday. she took a trip to new york city. brittney turned 16. she made the trip from texas where she's been enjoying her retirement. the golden retriever was given a tribute on a billboard in times square, and as you can see, she was welcomed back lovingly by the city she served. that is the "cbs morning news" for this friday, thanks
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for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". good morning, after heavy rain all through yesterday, and through the evening, too, there is some flooding in the area around our region. but the rain does look like it is moving out. a check on today's forecast and a look at the weekend, too. >> philadelphia residents who live near the ben franklin parkway nervous about the papal visit. more on the heated meeting last night where people who live in the logan square neighborhood made their concerns known. >> worse attack on american soil, we remember, 14 years ago the september 11 attack took place, 18 victims from bucks county. we have live view right here of the garden of reflection in lower makefield. we'll tell you how the victims are being honored today. good morning, today is friday, september 11, i'm erika von tiehl. >> i'm


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